I Bought A $350,000 Rolls Royce Wraith About To Be SCRAPPED (5000 Miles From Home)

Tavarish
29 Apr 202450:13

Summary

TLDRIn this detailed and engaging narrative, the protagonist Tarish embarks on an ambitious project to rebuild a Rolls-Royce Wraith, a luxury vehicle that was destined for the junkyard. The journey is filled with challenges, from sourcing rare and expensive parts to meticulously reassembling the car's complex components. Along the way, Tarish is joined by friends and fellow car enthusiasts, including Matt Armstrong and Sam, who lend their expertise and camaraderie to the task. The story unfolds with a mix of humor, technical insights, and the sheer joy of working on a high-end vehicle. As they navigate through the complexities of automotive restoration, the team also shares valuable lessons about the importance of patience, teamwork, and the thrill of bringing a once-wrecked beauty back to life. The narrative concludes with the successful restoration of the Rolls-Royce, highlighting the dedication and skill required to resurrect a luxury car and the satisfaction of a job well done.

Takeaways

  • πŸ”§ The team is rebuilding a Rolls-Royce Wraith that was previously wrecked and bought by Matt Armstrong, who is known for rebuilding unique cars in the UK.
  • πŸ’° Matt had purchased another Rolls-Royce Wraith, fully functional, with the intention of using it for parts to fix the wrecked one, which Tarish thought was a 'dumb decision'.
  • πŸ›« Tarish traveled 5,000 miles to prevent the perfectly running Rolls-Royce from being wasted and is determined to rebuild it.
  • πŸš— The Rolls-Royce Wraith is described as being very large, akin to the length of a school bus, with a luxurious interior and a four-seater layout.
  • πŸšͺ The Rolls-Royce has unique 'Carriage doors' that open in a non-traditional way, and the missing door is noted as a problem that needs to be resolved.
  • πŸ” The engine is a BMW V12 with twin turbos, which Tarish initially describes as straightforward but later admits is one of the most complicated engines due to its complexity.
  • 🧹 The interior of the Rolls-Royce is in good condition despite the car having 50,000 miles, and Tarish believes it can be restored to look brand new.
  • πŸ”© There is a significant challenge in finding replacement parts for the Rolls-Royce, with Tarish struggling to source parts and expressing shock at the high prices.
  • πŸ’‘ Tarish decides to buy a flood-damaged Rolls-Royce as a 'parts car' to help with the rebuild, named 'Agnes', which is found to be surprisingly clean and potentially useful.
  • πŸ› οΈ The team discovers that the original car had its mufflers deleted and shows signs of water damage, indicating that the rebuild will involve more than just replacing parts.
  • ⏱️ Tarish sets a deadline for the car's completion, aiming to have it done for a car event called 'Shedfest', which is less than a week away.

Q & A

  • What was the initial reason for Tarish's friend, Matt Armstrong, to buy another Rolls-Royce Wraith?

    -Matt Armstrong bought another Rolls-Royce Wraith to take parts off in order to fix his wrecked car, which he considered a dumb decision.

  • How much did the Rolls-Royce Wraith cost that Matt Armstrong bought?

    -The Rolls-Royce Wraith that Matt bought cost $700,000.

  • Why did Tarish travel across the ocean to rebuild the Rolls-Royce?

    -Tarish traveled across the ocean to rebuild the Rolls-Royce because he couldn't let such an amazing car go to waste.

  • What is the distance Tarish flew to reach the car?

    -Tarish flew 5,000 miles to reach the car.

  • What is the term for the type of doors that the Rolls-Royce Wraith has?

    -The Rolls-Royce Wraith has Carriage doors, which open upwards.

  • What is the engine type of the Rolls-Royce Wraith that Tarish is rebuilding?

    -The engine type of the Rolls-Royce Wraith is a BMW V12 with twin turbos.

  • Why did Matt buy a perfectly running Rolls-Royce Wraith to eventually junk?

    -Matt bought a perfectly running Rolls-Royce Wraith to take parts off of it for his wrecked car and then planned to junk it.

  • What is the name of the person who helped Tarish with the Rolls-Royce Wraith?

    -Sam Hard, a friend and used car dealer, helped Tarish with the Rolls-Royce Wraith.

  • What was the condition of the second Rolls-Royce Wraith that Tarish bought as a parts car?

    -The second Rolls-Royce Wraith that Tarish bought was flood damaged and non-functional.

  • What is the name given to the flood-damaged Rolls-Royce Wraith?

    -The flood-damaged Rolls-Royce Wraith was named Agnes.

  • What is the estimated horsepower of the tuned Rolls-Royce Wraith that Tarish is rebuilding?

    -The tuned Rolls-Royce Wraith that Tarish is rebuilding has an estimated 750 horsepower.

  • What is the plan for the rebuilt Rolls-Royce Wraith named Sue?

    -The plan for the rebuilt Rolls-Royce Wraith named Sue is to give it away to one of the viewers as she was originally meant to be sacrificed.

Outlines

00:00

πŸ˜€ Introduction to the Rebuild Project

Tarish introduces himself and the project of rebuilding a wrecked Rolls-Royce Wraith, previously owned by a sneaker enthusiast. His friend Matt Armstrong had bought another Wraith to use for parts, which Tarish disapproves of. Tarish traveled 5,000 miles to save the car from being junked and shares his initial observations about the car's size and condition, noting the missing parts and the complexity of the BMW engine involved.

05:02

🧐 Assessing the Car's Condition and Parts Needed

Tarish and his cameraman Tommy discuss the condition of the Rolls-Royce, noting the missing door, subframe, and other parts. Tarish expresses his excitement about working on such a luxurious car and the challenge of finding and affording replacement parts. A sponsorship message for PDS debt is included, offering help for those struggling with debt. Tarish also interacts with Matt Armstrong, discussing the parts that have been taken from the car and the ones that are needed.

10:02

πŸš— The Challenge of Sourcing Rolls-Royce Parts

Tarish discusses the difficulty and high cost of finding Rolls-Royce parts, especially for a car that was manufactured in the UK. He explores the possibility of using BMW parts as substitutes due to their similarity but mentions the inflated prices when these parts are sold under the Rolls-Royce brand. Tarish also talks about the '25-year rule' that prevents him from taking the car to America and the plan to give the restored car away to a viewer.

15:02

πŸ› οΈ The Process of Disassembling and Preparing for Repair

Tarish details the process of disassembling the Rolls-Royce, including removing the wheels, exhaust, and interior components. He also discusses the complexity of the task due to the car's size and the unique design of its parts. Tarish humorously names the flood-damaged parts car 'Agnes' and outlines the plan to use parts from it to repair the main car, 'Sue'.

20:04

πŸ”§ The Intricacies of Automotive Restoration Work

Tarish and his team face the challenges of automotive restoration, including removing and reinstalling subframes, dealing with hydraulic lines, and addressing the car's electronic systems. The team uses lifts and other equipment to maneuver the heavy components. Tarish also humorously discusses the differences in terminology between American and British English, particularly regarding car parts.

25:05

🏁 Wrapping Up the Mechanical Work and Planning the Next Steps

With the mechanical work nearing completion, Tarish and his team install the subframes, reconnect the brakes, and prepare to put the wheels back on. They test the car's systems, including the engine and brakes, and express satisfaction with their progress. Tarish hints at potential issues with the car's electronics but remains optimistic about the restoration's success. The video concludes with plans to continue the restoration in the next episode, including a dyno test.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Rolls-Royce Wraith

The Rolls-Royce Wraith is a luxury car manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. In the video, it is the central focus as the host, Tarish, discusses rebuilding a wrecked Wraith. The Wraith symbolizes luxury and high-end automotive craftsmanship, which is a key theme in the video as Tarish aims to resurrect a vehicle that was left for dead.

πŸ’‘Rebuilding

Rebuilding refers to the process of repairing or constructing something that has been damaged or taken apart. In the context of the video, Tarish is dedicated to rebuilding a Rolls-Royce Wraith that was previously wrecked. This process is central to the video's narrative, showcasing the challenges and efforts involved in automotive restoration.

πŸ’‘Subframe

A subframe is a structural component of a vehicle that supports the chassis and provides mounting points for suspension components. In the video, Tarish and his team replace the subframes of the Rolls-Royce Wraith, which is a critical part of the car's restoration. The subframe replacement illustrates the depth of the damage and the extensive work required to rebuild the vehicle.

πŸ’‘Hydraulic Hoses

Hydraulic hoses are high-pressure hoses that transport hydraulic fluid to various parts of a vehicle, such as the brakes and suspension. In the video, Tarish mentions the hydraulic hoses in the context of the Rolls-Royce's suspension system. The hoses are part of the intricate network of components that need to be meticulously reassembled during the rebuilding process.

πŸ’‘Carriage Doors

Carriage doors, also known as coach doors or suicide doors, are rear-hinged vehicle doors that open in the opposite direction of conventional doors. They are featured on the Rolls-Royce Wraith in the video and are highlighted for their unique design. The carriage doors are an example of the luxury and distinctiveness associated with Rolls-Royce vehicles.

πŸ’‘BMW Engine

The BMW engine refers to the powerplant in the Rolls-Royce Wraith, which is based on BMW's V12 engine with twin turbos. Tarish discusses the engine's complexity and the challenge of working on it during the rebuild. The BMW engine signifies the technical sophistication and performance capabilities of the luxury car.

πŸ’‘Flood Damage

Flood damage refers to the damage sustained by a vehicle due to being submerged in water. In the video, Tarish acquires a second Rolls-Royce Wraith that has flood damage, which provides parts for the restoration of the first car. The flood damage is significant as it adds another layer of complexity to the rebuilding process due to potential electrical and mechanical issues.

πŸ’‘Muffler Delete

A muffler delete is a modification where the vehicle's exhaust system is altered to remove the muffler, resulting in a louder and more aggressive exhaust note. Tarish mentions the muffler delete when discussing the Rolls-Royce's exhaust system. This modification is part of the car's customization and is indicative of the host's desire to enhance the vehicle's performance and sound.

πŸ’‘Drive Shaft

The drive shaft, also referred to as the propeller shaft or prop shaft in the video, is a component of the drivetrain that transfers power from the engine to the wheels. Tarish and his team work on the drive shaft during the rebuild, which is essential for the vehicle's mobility. The term's usage highlights the technical aspects of automotive restoration and the importance of传动系统 (transmission system) in a car's functionality.

πŸ’‘Leicester

Leicester is a city in England where the video's host, Tarish, is working on the Rolls-Royce Wraith. The mention of Leicester provides geographical context for the video and is significant as it is the location where the automotive restoration takes place. The city's automotive community, represented by Mallerie Performance, plays a supporting role in the rebuilding process.

πŸ’‘Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford is a professional footballer for Manchester United and the England national team. In the video, Tarish humorously suggests that the Rolls-Royce Wraith they are rebuilding might have belonged to Marcus Rashford, which adds a playful and speculative element to the narrative. The mention of Rashford is a cultural reference that connects the video to the world of sports and celebrity.

Highlights

Tarish travels 5,000 miles to rebuild a Rolls-Royce Wraith that was left for dead.

Matt Armstrong's decision to buy a second Rolls-Royce Wraith to use for parts is criticized as 'dumb'.

The Rolls-Royce Wraith, previously owned by a sneaker enthusiast, was wrecked and cost $700,000.

The car's size is compared to a school bus, emphasizing its large scale.

Tarish expresses excitement about the Rolls-Royce's carriage doors and their unique opening mechanism.

The BMW engine in the Rolls-Royce Wraith is praised for its layout, despite the narrator later admitting its complexity.

Tarish humorously admits his initial praise for the engine's simplicity was a lie, highlighting its V12 twin-turbo configuration.

The luxurious interior of the Rolls-Royce is described, with its black and red color scheme and piano black accents.

The discovery of holes in the umbrella, presumably made by Matt, adds a comedic touch to the narrative.

The challenge of finding and affording Rolls-Royce parts in the UK is discussed, with Tarish expressing frustration.

Tarish decides to source parts from a flood-damaged Rolls-Royce, referring to it as 'Agnes'.

The team's goal to have the Rolls-Royce Wraith completed by 'Shedfest' in less than a week is revealed.

The plan to give away the restored Rolls-Royce Wraith to a viewer is mentioned, emphasizing audience engagement.

Tarish humorously discusses the car's weight, comparing it to 50,000 kilos.

The complex process of removing the subframe is detailed, showcasing the technical challenges faced by the team.

The successful test of the Rolls-Royce's starlight headliner and the car's successful start are major milestones in the restoration.

The car's exhaust note, enhanced by a muffler delete, is likened to a 'tame tiger', highlighting the successful restoration of its performance.

Transcripts

00:00

how's it going guys my name is tarish

00:01

and I have a friend who made a really

00:03

dumb decision and his name is Matt

00:07

Armstrong you might know him for

00:08

rebuilding some pretty crazy cars in the

00:11

UK he recently bought a wrecked $700,000

00:14

Rolls-Royce Wraith previously owned by

00:16

some sneaker Enthusiast with the hopes

00:19

of rebuilding it but that wasn't the

00:21

dumb part in order to fix his wrecked

00:24

car Matt bought another perfectly

00:26

running Rolls-Royce Wraith to take parts

00:29

off and then and junk afterwards that's

00:32

right he was going to throw this car

00:34

away clearly I couldn't let such an

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amazing car go to waste so I packed my

00:39

bags traveled across the ocean

00:42

determined to rebuild a Rolls-Royce that

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was left for

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dead I flew 5,000 Mi just for

00:51

this

00:53

oh this is good this this is good

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[Music]

01:07

it is really large there's a lot of car

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here it's like the length of a school

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bus this is so insane now obviously it's

01:16

missing quite a lot but it's it's better

01:21

than I thought so this door uh this door

01:24

is missing and look how long it is I

01:27

mean you could you could like lay in

01:29

here here and man it there's so much

01:33

space in this car so this is a

01:35

four-seater layout and you can

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definitely have two adults in the back

01:40

even though they probably won't have too

01:41

much Headroom but these doors are really

01:44

really cool because they open up this

01:45

way I think Rolls-Royce calls them

01:47

Carriage doors and uh if you open them

01:50

up while you're driving then I think you

01:52

probably di so the doors are missing

01:55

which is no problem well only one door

01:57

is missing that door is there uh the

02:00

rocker panel we have oh boy okay so

02:04

there's a lot of uh stuff missing there

02:06

uh I think they replace a subframe cuz

02:08

that subframe is toast so subframe we

02:12

have uh all the suspension the brakes

02:15

the hubs okay so we'll have to get that

02:20

the front end we're missing we're

02:22

missing an eye over here uh but hey

02:26

there's a grill that's nice okay so this

02:28

is a BMW engine which I definitely love

02:32

I love BMWs I love working on them

02:34

they're so so nice I mean everything

02:37

just look at the layout here everything

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is straightforward you can see where

02:41

everything is it's easy to get to and

02:43

everything I just said is a complete Li

02:45

this is probably one of the most

02:47

complicated engines you can have uh this

02:50

is a V12 with twin turbos and if you can

02:54

tell me what anything is here then uh

02:56

leave it in the comments I don't know

02:58

what any of this does I assume this the

02:59

the intake manifold you have

03:01

intercoolers here you have a direct

03:03

injection system the spark plugs are

03:05

somewhere deep in there underneath these

03:06

airboxes so let's assume that this car

03:09

doesn't need any work because I don't

03:12

really feel like giving it a service uh

03:15

but as far as I can tell Matt said that

03:17

this car was tip toop it ran well and it

03:22

really and you know it pains me to say

03:24

because I think you shouldn't need to

03:28

buy a

03:30

car like this just to take it apart I

03:33

feel like you can definitely get all the

03:34

parts they're made here it should be

03:37

impossible for you not to find parts for

03:39

a car that's made in the country that

03:41

you're building it in check this

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out

03:45

oh that's so luxurious this interior

03:49

looks fantastic it's black on red which

03:52

is the color of luxury and it has piano

03:57

black accents and it's really

04:00

quite in good shape now I think it's

04:02

like 50,000 Mi on this car and there is

04:06

a little bit of wear and tear on here

04:08

but to be honest this is not our biggest

04:11

concern right now I think this with some

04:13

leather cleaner and some tidying up

04:16

could be like it this thing would look

04:18

brand brand new oh look at

04:25

that ladies and gentlemen I have arrived

04:29

this is the part of the video where you

04:30

realize that tovaris does not know how

04:31

to use a umbrella you have to pull it

04:35

and

04:36

then oh

04:38

dude look at this this is there's holes

04:43

in it hold on can you see the holes

04:46

right here

04:48

look Matt put holes in my umbrella so I

04:51

couldn't use it it's supposed to Shield

04:53

rain from going down on your head and it

04:56

doesn't do that so I think they put on

04:58

some like BM W7 series subframe I know

05:01

they had to take apart the subframes the

05:03

jury's out on whether all the bolts are

05:05

underneath the car uh because I know

05:06

that they didn't really care about this

05:08

car but I care about this car so we're

05:10

going to make sure all the bolts are

05:12

back a lot of room for activities in

05:14

here this is uh well the trunk section I

05:17

know that they had some issue with this

05:21

especially these guys so these are the

05:23

trunk I guess struts and it looks like

05:25

they have coilovers like they're almost

05:27

like adjustable coilovers here um

05:29

there's probably a lot of spring tension

05:31

in here and uh when we have to put a

05:34

trunk back that's going to be a lot of

05:37

fun uh especially because I'm just here

05:40

by myself well I'm here with Tommy uh

05:42

the cameraman and uh that's pretty much

05:45

by yourself it's no well you know what

05:47

like we're going to we're going to do it

05:48

because this is Rolls-Royce I have never

05:52

had a car this luxurious like I've had

05:55

s-classes before this is the next step

05:58

up I am super excited excited because

06:00

like I have never thought I'd be a

06:03

Rolls-Royce person but here I am so high

06:06

school guidance councelor uh said I

06:08

would never amount to anything look at

06:11

me now

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huh huh yeah yeah this bet bet you bet

06:16

you feel real dumb bet you feel real

06:18

stupid that's a pretty beefy

06:20

exhaust so I know this is probably going

06:23

to be quite light oh all right all right

06:26

so that's that's like a McLaren that is

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Matt took off a ton of stuff that I

08:06

can't see right now so I should probably

08:08

ask him what parts I'm going to need to

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rebuild my Rolls-Royce because he's

08:13

rebuilding his Rolls-Royce let's go

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check it out

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[Music]

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[Music]

08:32

this is Mr Matt Armstrong and this is

08:35

the very famous uh mansuri wraith owned

08:39

by Marcus rashford um so this uh this

08:43

has some of my parts on it doesn't it I

08:45

don't know if you've

08:46

noticed oh has there been some damage on

08:48

this side uh no no not at all like it's

08:51

all OEM repair on this side yeah it

08:53

looks like it yeah for sure but there is

08:54

a slightly different color door ah this

08:57

is uh Sue's do

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s door um nice color you I don't hope

09:03

you don't want it back uh no no you know

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you keep it you keep I feel like yeah it

09:07

looks better on this car uh so we have

09:09

the coolant tank right here oh yeah I

09:11

stole that yeah I also stole the coolant

09:13

filler if you had a look at that yet uh

09:15

no no okay that's interesting when you

09:17

get to that part okay wonderful I know

09:19

the front subframe rear subframe that's

09:22

that's all gone uh so what what else we

09:25

have all the hydraulic hoses all that

09:27

stuff right yeah hydraulic hoses is um I

09:31

actually stole the anti- roll bar as

09:35

well okay I stole that okay and these

09:38

are hydraulic in these cars right yeah

09:40

yeah yeah apparently they're meant to be

09:41

bled but I I don't know how you do that

09:43

but good I'll figure that out yeah I

09:45

mean so will you we can figure it out we

09:49

can do it live we've got Sue door all

09:52

the electrics in the door as well okay

09:55

um wow that's dude that's so much

09:57

padding yeah everything

09:59

it's the world's heaviest door did this

10:01

not have any airbags go off oh yeah I

10:04

stole them you took it airbag yeah I

10:07

soole I stole your curtain airbag and I

10:09

stole your seat airbag all this damage

10:11

happened at 30 m hour yeah 30 maybe 25

10:14

these things are just really really

10:16

heavy they carry a lot of mass depends

10:18

what you hit it depends what you hit if

10:19

if you go 30 mph to a brick wall you're

10:21

doing a lot of yeah subframe okay mine

10:25

okay rear subframe um I took

10:30

no standard brakes oh okay I took all

10:32

this suspension on this side that's

10:34

that's now mine okay sweet uh I took

10:36

your boot okay Sweet Sue's boot Anna

10:38

took Sue's boot hinge okay because my

10:41

boot hinge was was bent so now check out

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this wow one gray and one burgundy oh

10:49

one thing I need of Sue yeah uh is the

10:52

PlayStation 2 there's a PlayStation 2 in

10:55

here yes so there's a PlayStation 2

10:57

which like goes down here it's not

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actually PlayStation I think it's an amp

11:01

it's like a brand new Rolls-Royce that

11:03

they put a 20-year-old video game system

11:06

in when you get to this point you'll

11:08

know exactly what I mean but it looks

11:10

like a PlayStation 2 um and I think I

11:14

did take the crash bar off I haven't put

11:16

that I haven't put that on yet but

11:17

there's a lot of stuff we took off and

11:19

you can see why it was well you you know

11:22

why it's it was worth it to get another

11:25

car to fix this one yeah it's quite a

11:28

lot I I can I imagine so is it really

11:30

that hard to to find Rolls-Royce Parts

11:33

it seems it it seems like this is where

11:36

they make them though it's it's like

11:37

going to America and be like oh yeah we

11:38

can't find Mustang parts yeah yeah it's

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true actually but it's it is really

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difficult to find I don't know why it's

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so and when you do find them they're

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extortionate they're so expensive and

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you'll find as well a lot of the parts

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which can come from a BMW and switch

11:53

over they're like 40% more expensive

11:55

from Rolls-Royce so okay sweet if you

11:56

get BMW parts it's always better but

11:59

cross reference him but everything on

12:01

this it should be like like similar to a

12:02

seven series but it seems like

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everything on this car is just bigger

12:06

like by a little bit yeah yeah yeah yeah

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that's it we already tried to cross

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reference stuff and failed like I know

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that you did the subframe or whatever

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yeah the rear subframe was just like a

12:14

little bit short just a little bit

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shorter yeah if I had a nickel for every

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I don't know this is the good side oh

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this is wow this is like this is a an

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actual car look at that I'm here and we

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have not a lot of time to do this uh so

12:28

I figure we can have a deadline for this

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build now I know um shedfest is coming

12:33

up with auto Alex and I would like to

12:38

have Sue done for shedfest and that that

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is in about how many weeks is that

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that's in less than one

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week okay I'll ring Men story now it

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shouldn't be that hard it's not going to

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have any Men story Parts it's all

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Rolls-Royce it's fine let's Manor it's

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so worth it but another thing I was I

12:57

was going to ask you about uh is is I

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can't take this car home like I can't I

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mean not this car but like I can't take

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Sue home uh after we build it um because

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of some stupid 25 year rule that I can't

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take cool things to America um

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but we should we should give that car

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away cuz I know that you were talking

13:17

about that that's what yeah that was the

13:19

original plan with Sue Sue will be

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resurrected she was sue the sacrifice

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that's where her name come from so the

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fact that now you are

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bit late

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reaction Sue is going to be resurrected

13:36

the new life for

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Sue and I feel like it's only right it

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should go to the viewers because really

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it wasn't that was the end of a life but

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to have a new life and then be able to

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go back to the people that have watched

13:52

Su be sacrifice and then resurrected

13:53

again what a way to end it okay so not

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only do I have to put a car together

13:57

that is uh that is completely taken

13:59

apart and uh we're kind of Unsure how

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many parts we've taken off cuz I know

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that you've taken off a lot of like

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little little nickel and dime stuff yeah

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we we were like we were considering

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rebuilding Sue but now I'm glad that you

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you doing it because I'm happy for it

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but at the same time all the stuff that

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we took off we know it's it's going to

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be a nightmare to put back together yeah

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so all I have to do is uh try to find

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some very expensive very rare

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Rolls-Royce Parts uh then put a car back

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together in a matter of a few days and

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uh while we're here why not modify it

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we'll we'll probably modify it you know

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make it a little bit

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better oh oh and bang on the Rolls-Royce

14:41

we should make it sound like that we

14:43

should make it sound like that we need

14:45

mods yeah we need

14:47

improvements maybe color we are we

14:49

changing color I don't know I mean

14:51

listen I I just got here just got so we

14:54

can we can change color maybe some

14:56

wheels or whatever I think suggestions

14:58

in the comments suggestions in the

14:59

comments what this thing is going to

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look like and what this thing is going

15:02

to perform like I don't even know how

15:03

much they make I know they have a V12

15:05

twin turbo how much horsepower do they

15:07

make do like 600 something I think

15:09

there's about 600 or something I think

15:10

on this one it's been tuned and it's 750

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so like and it's like a th000 new me of

15:16

torque so I think if we can tune Sue as

15:18

well that it'll probably get more power

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than this cuz this is like a mansouri

15:22

tune so it's got to be like warranty and

15:24

that type of stuff so okay so there but

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there will be no warranty on Sue um

15:29

because we're building this in in a

15:31

matter of like 5 days so uh but we have

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to make it so it is safe for people uh

15:36

we have to make it so it's reliable and

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does everything a Rolls-Royce should do

15:40

uh so I got to get to work let's oh and

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the best thing about Sue as well it's

15:45

also completely clean title wow yeah no

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damage no accident nothing so that's wow

15:51

except for all the parts you took off

15:53

yeah is that yeah yeah it's okay yeah

15:56

except for except for it being a

15:57

complete shell okay we I got get to work

15:59

I got to get to

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work I think I might be in trouble all

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right so I have been in my hotel room

16:11

the entire day looking for parts and not

16:16

only is it super super hard to find

16:20

anything if I do find something it is

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incredibly expensive let me show you

16:26

what I'm talking about so I'm on eBay

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looking for for a Rolls-Royce WRA door

16:30

and check out these prices 6,500 bucks

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with $500 shipping that's 7 Grand that

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is only for the door skin has no door

16:41

handle no inner structure nothing this

16:46

also needs work it needs body work

16:49

there's scratches all over it and the

16:51

other listings aren't much better I

16:53

think I'm going to have to spend

16:54

somewhere like six grand just to get a

16:56

door that doesn't include anything else

16:59

the glass itself is like